Frankie J - The One

Frankie J, born Francisco Javier Bautista in Tijuana, Mexico, is back again with the much anticipated new album, The One. In his sophomore effort, Frankie J delivers a strong follow up to his solo debut, 2003's What�s a Man to Do? With a strong buzz surrounding the lead single, �Obsession (No Es Amor)� featuring rapper Baby Bash, The One is already slated to be a huge hit among R&B and pop fans alike. The Latin flavored single has steadily been climbing the Billboard charts and has consistent air play on radio stations across the country as well as a video in heavy rotation on MTV and other music video outlets.

Following in the footsteps of the immensely popular �Suga Suga,� we find Frankie J, Baby Bash, and Happy Perez collaborating again on �Obsession (No Es Amor),� a remake of the hit by the bachata group Aventura. This version has a more urban sound that works well for an English-speaking audience. Happy Perez also provides the delicate back drop for �Story of my Life,� where we find Frankie J lamenting on the hardships one may suffer in life.

Aside from Happy Perez, we find Frankie J collaborating with a number of first-rate producers on The One. On the title track featuring 3LW, hit-maker Irv Gotti of famed The Inc. comes through with a head-bopping melody that captures the impressive vocal talents of both Frankie J and 3LW.

Bryan-Michael Cox who has worked with Usher, Mariah Carey, and Toni Braxton, among others delivers three amazing tracks on the album, including the introspective �How To Deal� where Frankie J sings about sacrificing the love of his life for a music career. The legendary Mario Winans also blesses Frankie J with an extraordinary track on �You Can�t Say It�s Love.� Apart from Frankie�s obvious vocal talents, the album also showcases the artist�s budding writing abilities. This is evident on soulful tracks like �Without You,� �#1 Fan,� �In The Moment,� and �Gone.�

Frankie J is no stranger to the music industry as proven by his lengthy track record as an early teen freestyle artist and his four years with the enormously successful Mexican-American group, the Kumbia Kings. This experience has taught Frankie J how to emerge as one of the hottest, new R&B artists and undoubtedly will help him maintain a lengthy and successful musical career. The One will indeed be the one album that catapults Frankie J into the ranks of other great R&B/Pop artists and with his Latino background and cross-over capability, launch him into international stardom.

Written by:Gerardo Garcia III

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